# Math

On Saturady, Emily made 10 times as much as on Monday. How much money did Emily Collect on Monday?

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1. She made 1/10 as much on Monday.

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2. 95.00

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3. On daresay Emily made ten times more then she did on Monday how much did she make

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4. 9,500

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